News published February 2015
Council leader hails £6bn health and social care deal for Greater Manchester
The Leader of Oldham Council has hailed today’s ground-breaking announcement of plans to bring together health and social care budgets worth £6 billion as “a major step forward” for Greater Manchester
Solar flowers exhibition at Gallery Oldham
Gallery Oldham's next exhibition features artwork powered by the sun.
Bloom and Grow WOW bed moves to Dr Kershaw's
The centrepiece of Oldham Council’s Gold-award winning Bloom and Grow entry has become a welcome fixture in the grounds of Dr Kershaw’s Hospice.
Prince's Gate at Oldham Mumps: Public consultation launched
Oldham Council is launching a public consultation on its proposals for the flagship Prince’s Gate at Oldham Mumps development.
Oldham Council takes action as owner of former pub let tenants live in squalor
Oldham Council has prosecuted a landlord who allowed a group of men to sleep in squalid conditions in a property he owned – a former public house called The Smut Inn.
Supermarket chain Lidl set to bring store to Royton
Oldham Council and partners Dransfield Properties Limited are set to agree detailed terms with supermarket chain Lidl to build a food store in Royton.
Council supports LGBT adoption and fostering week
Oldham Council’s Adoption and Fostering Services are calling on members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community to consider becoming adopters and foster carers.
Warm Homes Oldham to continue for a third year
Oldham Council and its partners are pleased to announce the award-winning Warm Homes Oldham will continue for a third year.
'Oldham Remembers' women in the First World War
As part of Oldham Council’s World War One commemorations a new project has been launched looking at ‘Oldham Women in World War One’.
Volunteering is for all
Oldham Council is launching ‘Volunteering for All’ – a new project for residents who want to meet new friends or need help with daily tasks.